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Former Plant Manager of Strandflex Pleads Guilty to Making False Claims About Aircraft Control Cable to DoD, NASA
David Waddell, a former plant manager of Strandflex Company, a division of Maryland Specialty Wire, Inc., pleaded guilty, in U.S.
We publicly released our audit report, which found that FAA’s oversight of the National Airspace System Implementation Support Contract was seriously inadequate in that the contract did not acquire services efficiently or control costs.
Michael P. Starks, chief executive officer of Chemlab in Little Rock, AR, was fined over $330,000 and sentenced to 18 months in jail by a U.S.
IG Remarks before the 2nd National Conference on Highway Construction and Public Transportation Fraud
Our second National Conference on Highway Construction and Public Transportation Fraud in St. Louis, MO, drew more than 300 participants from 46 states who were seeking to heighten their awareness of fraud and learn best practices to combat it.
We publicly released our audit report showing that DOT obtained about $49 million without authorization from U.S. Treasury "miscellaneous receipts" accounts between FY 1998 and 2001.
Rick Clark, a Yellow Cab driver in Chicago, IL, was ordered by a U.S. District Court judge in Chicago, to spend 33 months in jail and pay $41,100 in restitution to the Chicago Transit Authority for making fraudulent voucher purchases.
Edwin L. Perkinson, of Boca Raton, FL, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Miami for paying $81,500 in bribes to a top Miami International Airport administrator in order to win a $2 million soil-cleaning contract without bidding.
Garrison Protective Services, Inc., a New York corporation, pleaded guilty in U.S.
As required by AIR-21, we reported to Congress on our second annual assessment of the status of FAA’s cost accounting system.
Rochelle Miles, of Philadelphia, PA, a former manager for Huntleigh Corp., pleaded guilty in U.S.